March 12, 2020 at 11:16 am #30837SATTVGuest
I am new to Boldgrid. When usinf TOTAL UPKEEP and clicking on “Download to local machine” or to “download link” of a backup I receive “This site can’t be reached – The webpage might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.” This is not an isolated incident and I have not been able to download any backups to my local machine for days (I have not ever made a backup to my local machine as I am new to Boldgrid). I am using the Bento theme, WP ver 5.3.2. Am I doing something wrong? Or is this a bug? Thanks for your assistance.March 12, 2020 at 6:08 pm #30838Jesse OwensGuest
Thank you for reaching out, I am sorry to hear that you’re not able to download your backups.
When you see that error, there should be a status code just below the message, for example ERR_ACCESS_DENIED. Can you let us know which message you’re seeing there?
It’s possible that your host or another plugin, such as a security plugin, may be blocking access to admin-ajax, the interface that handles the downloads. Additionally, can you visit Tools -> Site Health -> Info and click on Copy Site Info to Clipboard, and then paste that information here? That will help us narrow down what’s causing your error.March 13, 2020 at 5:00 am #30839SATTVGuest
Hi Jesse thanks for your reply,
When I click on download to local machine anew browser opens with the following message:
I thought maybe I needed to sign up to BoldGrid before it would give me the backups or maybe there was a setting that I missed. But if it is more than likely a plug-in conflict then let me try to work that out first before I waste anyone’s time here.
I’ll come back to you once I have either sorted it out or need further assistance.
Thanks very much again.March 13, 2020 at 5:12 am #30840SATTVGuest
I have found under the PRE-FLIGHT TEST settings on Total Upkeep that although it says PASS, there is one line item that does not seem to pass under CRON –
PHP allow_url_fopen enabled? No
I don’t know enough to say whether this is the issue or not or how to change it but as the issue does occur when it opens a new browser I would say it is probably related??March 13, 2020 at 10:47 am #30841Jesse OwensGuest
Thanks for that additional information. The allow_url_fopen setting wouldn’t cause this issue- it’s used for scheduling your automatic backups and falls back to PHP cURL SSL if needed.
The most likely causes for this would be something similar to the following:
- Your backup file is large, and taking longer than your host’s Apache or NGINX configuration allows for a web-based download.
- Your access to admin-ajax.php is being blocked. This is sometimes caused by a false positive in a security plugin, or your host’s security software, such as ModSec.
If you have access to do so, I recommend enabling WP_DEBUG and reviewing the errors there, and checking your Apache and NGINX error logs for more information.
If you need immediate access to your backup files, you can also use FTP or your host’s file manager to get access to the files.March 22, 2021 at 7:59 pm #35226pankaj kumarGuest
This site can’t be reachedThe webpage at https://example.com/wp-admin/post-new.php might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.
Please Help Me solve this proble In admin panel page not EditMarch 22, 2021 at 8:15 pm #35274Jesse OwensKeymaster
Thanks for reaching out. I don’t believe that this error on
/post-new.phpwould be the same issue as
It’s tough to say without more information what might be causing that. If you can, can you let us know the answers to these questions?
- Has anything changed recently on your site? A new plugin, SSL certificate, or change of URL?
- What are the exact steps you take when you get this error?
- Have you tried the same steps with a different web browser?
- Have you checked with your web host to see if they have any error logs that might shed light on the issue?
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